Subsequent performances of 'All Change' (1982-1999).
The original version of ‘All Change’ was first performed in 1977, three other versions of the play, that Living Archive holds material for were performed in 1982, 1985 and 1999.
An abridged version, comprising two scenes commissioned by British Rail and revived by Stantonbury Campus Drama Group were played in the foyer for the official opening by Prince Charles of the new Milton Keynes Central Railway station on 17th May 1982. They were The Wolverton Refreshment Room scene and Queen Victoria’s Visit to Wolverton.
A revised script was produced for the Living Archive Project/Stantonbury Campus Drama Group revival that played at the Stantonbury Theatre between 21st November to 30th of November 1985.
A further revised version of ‘All Change’ was performed during the inaugural community week of performances at the newly completed Milton Keynes Theatre in October 1999.
Living Archive, Eugene Fisk, Stantonbury Campus Drama Group, Ambassador Theatre Group, Milton Keynes Theatre. Roy Nevitt. Rosemary Hill.
6 x A3 illustrations, 5 colour photographs, 48 typed pages, 1 x A3 colour poster, A4 double-sided fold over to A5 colour flyer, 2 x A5-7 page booklets.